Diesel Shop by R. Craig Rutherford
The "Home to First and Second Generation Locomotives;" a place
in cyberspace where the records of yesterdays' and today's locomotives are
stored for tomorrow's research.
Research, Publications & Photography
Derek Stadler is an Assistant Professor at CUNY’s LaGuardia
Community College in Long Island City, serving as the Library’s Web
Services Librarian. His research focus is the history of Long Island, with
attention to the growth of transportation, in particular, the Long Island
Rail Road. I am currently in a lifelong project to thoroughly research Long Island
and Manhattan Island, in particular the history of the various hamlets,
villages, and towns, with an emphasis on infrastructure such as the Long
Island Rail Road. To view both research and photography, go to the Kings,
Modernization of the Long Island Rail Road The Long
Island History Journal, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794
By Derek Stadler
The official site of the National
Model Railroad Association Northeast Region (NMRA) Division. LIRR clinics,
Newletter, etc. A great resource for the modeler and
Online museum of the Long Island Rail Road and gallery of railroad photos
by LIRR historian and archivist Art Huneke, retired LIRR Towerman (Block
Operator, later termed Asst. to Train Director).
(on-line industry of the Long Island Railroad:
Mosteller's company: Great Decals! has produced two very nice LIRR decal
sets listed below with more to come.
Iderstine tallow tank cars, in white - $5.99 Prototype
Photo by Ben Hom Second
-This car featured in the NMRA's June, 2007 color calendar, model by
Nick Kalis, photo by Ben Hom
Long Island Rail
- M-70 double decker coaches -
Artwork - More
on double deckers
fabulous website of LIRR train art images by the author Will Anderson. The
a must see to view the many other railroads covered. Here's a sample:
LIRR FA2 #605
Cross Harbor Railroad
A website dedicated to the NY Cross Harbor Railroad's past
and present, featuring rosters, photos, maps and history's as well as
operations of this once great short line in the heart of the Brooklyn
Waterfront. A fabulous site on this industrial rail line. By
L. Wybenga Caboose Art
Well known for his award winning Serigraphs, George Wybenga has created a series of watercolor paintings of cabooses in order to create a visual record of this image of American transportation history. Since fall of 2001 he has completed over 220 images and continues to build the collection with the help of aficionados who supply him with reference material and from photos and sketches obtained from cross country trips. From these paintings he creates affordable limited edition prints for other caboose lovers to enjoy.
Island Rail Road Photos & Recollections
Dave Keller's 5000+ pictures, stories, vignettes....Fabulous
material, perhaps the only existing intact collection of material
stretching back into the 19th century in private hands.
A rail historian and published author on this topic with two
Long Island Rail Road
1925 to 1975.
Long Island Rail Road
1925 to 1975.
Twin Forks NRHS
The Twin Forks Chapter of the National Railway
Historical Society publishes The Railway Post Office,
sponsors trips to railroad related destinations, and is seeking members.
Eastern District Terminal / East River Terminal / Palmer's
Docks - A Comprehensive History; 1870- 1983
"Philip M. Goldstein's most comprehensive and
authoritative website on the history of the Brooklyn Eastern District
Terminal. This website maintains the largest photo archives of
Brooklyn Eastern District Terminal motive power (locomotives &
marine equipment) you may ever be likely to see on the web."
/ Terminal Railroads & Locomotives of Brooklyn, Queens, Staten
Island and the Bronx
"Philip M. Goldstein's is primarily a compilation of
steam, diesel, electric, gas or oil mechanical locomotives that operated
in the New York City metro area for industrial and terminal concerns, as
well as a history of those firms that operated those locomotives.
Railroads and Locomotives of the New York Metropolitan Area
Philip M. Goldstein's website is a compilation of steam
and some primitive electric and gas/mechanical locomotives that operated
on Military Installations in the New York City metro area.
Island Rail Road Parlor Cars
The focus of this website is the
parlor cars of the LIRR during the last four decades of the 20th century.
In addition to the parlor cars, this website also offers some information
on the group of lightweight passenger cars, mostly coaches, acquired
"secondhand" from several railroads (Bangor and Aroostook,
Florida East Coast, Kansas City Southern, New York Central, and Penn
Central) to upgrade service. Great Stuff by Jack Deasy
West Island Model Railroad Club
Home of The Allegheny & Western
Railroad; one of the Largest and Most Technically
Advanced HO Scale Model Railroads in the Region.
The club is located in Farmingdale, Long Island, NY, at 188 Merritts Rd.
(at the corner of Motor Av.) in the basement of the Merritt Shopping
Center--entrance is behind the stores-right side-downstairs--We meet on
Tuesday and Friday evenings around 7 p.m. . Our telephone # is:
Abandoned LIRR is a site dedicated to
the past, present and future of the vast network of abandoned LIRR
stations, spurs, and anything related. While being focused around LIRR,
this site will also include NYCity remnants in the future by Paul Strubeck.
Our group will shortly begin exterior refurbishment of the Oyster Bay
Train Station to its pre 1964 condition. We have been having a problem
finding interior photos of what the station looked like until 1963. Anyone
with information please contact us.
Long Island Rail Road History
Bob Andersen's LIRR site, a must visit.
The Railroad Museum of Long Island
Photos, maps, restorations, etc. located in Greenport.
Forgotten, overlooked and ancient sights of New
York City and Long Island.
Stations in New York State
Charles P. Woolever's extensive site; photos, maps, updated
frequently. A favorite.
Long Island Rail Road - Montauk Branch
Nick Kalis' prototype research modeling site.
Rick Blanchard's fine collection of drawings, charts,
conversions, and other useful stuff.